New episode Bagpipe alert.
Somehow we have a really long episode about a band with only two official studio albums. Although one of those albums is very very critically acclaimed. (Though not by all of us)
We’ve only gone and done NEUTRAL MILK HOTEL.
We discuss, Charlie Sheen vs Emilio Estevez, outsider art, Jeff Mangum and his obsession with Anne Frank, and brass instruments that sound drunk. Also Nick gets very very angry!!
Re-joining Nick and Ewan are Norway’s finest stand-up comedian Aaron Troye-White, and the man who gave us the best of our Bowie impressions back in season one, Lael Wageneck.
As there are only a couple of releases, we also take a detour through some of the early EPs and unreleased stuff. And obviously we spend time on their seminal LP In the Aeroplane over the Sea
We discuss the following (some are on Spotify, some are not)
Hype City Soundtrack Youtube
Ferris Wheel On Fire Youtube
Find out more about Aaron at
As usual there’s a playlist incorporating the podcast and selected songs
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Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his Bandcamp
Additional music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions
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Aaron Troye-White is a bilingual comedian, author, actor, and podcaster based in Bergen, Norway. Besides Temporary Fandoms, he's a regular guest on the Flatten the Curve podcast and MYTH: Makes You Think, Huh?. He's appeared on Ylvis på Holmen where he was a runner-up on their Latterkongen talent competition. You can find his journalism and short stories in a number of publications you've never heard of.